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On 6th of August, the Frappe Team voted and adopted a general bill of rights and responsibilities of each team member
Why everyone should aspire to become an artist.
Over the past year, Frappe has become a more democratically run company. In June 2021, we elected the first Leadership Council. Here is the story.
Both flat organizations and hierarchical ones fail, time to try something new?
How should be company growth in the post-COVID world? Is money and size the only measure of a growing company? It is time to look beyond.
Frappe team trips are usually an emotional affair. This time things were different.
Frappe Redesign 2020 is the culmination of an 18 month effort. The biggest and longest project we have delivered to date.
By restricting others from hosting their service, projects like Elastic and MongoDB miss the point of open source.
Starting from first principles makes progress seem slow, uneven and complicated. Is it worth it?
Zerodha's (Rainmatter) investment into ERPNext signals a massive acceptance of Open Source in enterprise software. Here is why it matters.
Remote work is nothing like working in an office. Will we ever adapt to it or will it force us to become someone else?
One of the most common objections potential customers have is that they don't want to pay per user, but only for services. Our view on why this is not ideal for anyone.
A really simple model on how you can really win in the software business
Spreadsheets are the hidden glue that keeps organizations running smoothly, at Frappe we have something better.
Evaluating performance and setting compensation of your colleagues is the toughest job in the company. Does it have to be that way?
What the Frappe team was up to in March 2020, when the world changed forever.
What does it take to be a CEO? Here is what I am learning on the job.
From a team without managers to a team with collective leadership.
A summary of yet another epic trip with the Frappe Team
ERPNext Conference (October 17–18) is the Ground Zero for Business Applications going Open Source.